Edward Norton wrote, directed and starred in Motherless Brooklyn, an endeavour he’s been chipping away at for 20 years — and it’s a mess.
Isle of Dogs blends the auteur’s dollhouse style and love of Japanese cinema.
The Score is a basic heist story set in the most filmed part of the city.
This is simultaneously the most sophomoric and most mature movie Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have ever made.
Mexican misery master Alejandro González Iñárritu’s new film is tonally lighter, technically dazzling & beautifully acted. But it’s still a pissy tantrum that deals in absolutes.
The director’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is as intricate and symmetrical as ever. But it also managed to surprise us.
Shane Salerno’s controversial documentary Salinger, about the reclusive author, hits theatres.